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October 15, 2012

The mini-boomlet fueling the attempted comeback of former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert got a boost yesterday from an unlikely source: Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud...

Because tomorrow's debate will be in a town hall format with audience interaction, it’s going to pose different challenges for the candidates than the last...

Tomorrow night’s presidential debate and the one that follows the next week may be the only opportunities for either President Obama or Mitt Romney to...

When libertarians (and Libertarians) object that despite the popularity of some of their causes they are not taken seriously as a voting constituency by the...

Today's New York Times article featuring interviews with a handful of North Koreans visiting China should throw a big pail of cold water on the...

The controversy over the anti-Islam YouTube film, "The Innocence of Muslims," isn’t going away. Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri called for mass demonstrations last week, and...

Democrats are crowing today about how their early voting operation is giving President Obama a big edge over Mitt Romney. Early voting has been a...

Three years after the Iranian regime's English-language broadcaster, Press TV, plastered London's buses with an advertising campaign that billed the station as "giving a voice...

Today’s Politico/GWU poll has Mitt Romney trailing President Obama by one point nationally, but leading by two points in the swing states. In even better...

Writing at the Atlantic, Michael Koplow observes that in the vice presidential debate last week, Joe Biden referenced Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by nickname...

In an interview with Chris Wallace yesterday, David Axelrod dodged some pointed questions about President Obama’s intelligence briefings after the Benghazi attack:   Here’s a partial transcript,...

How big of a disaster is the Obama administration's approach to Syria? So big that even reporter David Sanger, who can hardly be accused of...